Aaron Caycedo-Kimura buries his father at sea.
Jim Finley recalls leaving his small town.
Jeremy Griffin contemplates life before life.
Katherine Lo shares different sufferings.
Jennifer MacBain-Stephens spins around a series.
Bill Neumire would turn into snow.
Karen Poppy breathes in a last breath.
Whitney Rio-Ross meets loneliness in another.
Claire Scott is on a road trip.
David Spicer creates love in darker times.
Mehrnoosh Torbatnejad illustrates hardship.
Eleanor Gallagher protects her young.
Nick Lord Lancaster stands up.
Barbara Rath looks for a light in the sky.
Michael Trocchia tells two tales.
FLASH CREATIVE NONFICTION
Kerry Graham gets a lesson in love.
Kelly Park counts the ways that love crests loss.
Ginger Pinholster can't fix brokenness.
Jan Stinchcomb has a head-on collision.
James McAdams thinks Jared Pearce slayed it with his new poetry.
Mark Halpern holds discourse on fact, friendship, and fetish.
Scott Klingbeil introduces us to a true Son of the Midwest.
Rachael Peretic finds true north.
Miles Varana lets loose with a clickbait-addicted alter ego.
Linda Wisniewski wants you to see things in a new light.
Matt Whelihan discovers a bluebook mystery.
Jake Zawlacki contemplates burial rites.
Amy Whitehouse returns us to the beach.
Anna Davis Abel is temporarily Amish.
Christine Holmstrom remembers the volunteer.
Barbara Krasner plays around with history.
Joe Oswald learns details of omission.
Riley Simmons finds love in a new drink.
Ana Vidosavljevic reads coffee.
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October 2018 issue of Gravel.
This magazine is produced by the MFA program
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